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Snow Monkey By Alyssa
A Snow Monkey has a good coat of fur because they live in cold weather.
TIGER One of the tigers adaptations is it has sharp teeth to help catch its prey.
TIGER A tiger has sharp claws that are helpful in catching prey.
Cheetah By Drew
At the age of three months they stop drinking milk because they have camouflage so they can hunt for them selves
A cheetah hunts by stalking their prey because of their brownish yellow color and their eye site
Deer By Rachel
Deer Deer have a tough pad at the top of their mouth instead of teeth. It is used for tearing plants and twigs. The pad helps the deer adapt because it helps the deer eat the food it finds.
Deer Deer are reddish brown in summer and gray brown in winter. They change their color of fur to help them camouflage so other animals won’t find it.
Mustang One of the adaptations of the mustang is that it has a bushy tail to get away the flies.
Mustang The Mustang only moves it’s ears and eyes to watch for danger so they won’t get hurt.
Adaptation #1 The kangaroo has long legs, too help it jump far and high.
Giraffe By Anna
Giraffe One Adaptation is giraffes have long necks to reach their food more easily. (leaves are giraffes food.)
Giraffes Another adaptation is giraffes have great eye sight to watch out for Danger.
Giraffes have a keen sense of smell to smell their predators. Giraffe
GORILLA They have long arms to help them climb trees and for food.
Black fur Black fur for the Gorilla is to catalogue them deep in the forest.
The Jack Rabbit They have brown/gray and white to help it blend in with the desert.
Jack Rabbit They have huge ears for sound and to keep them cool in the summer.
Jack Rabbit Jack Rabbit The blood passes out into the ears and cooled by the breeze. That helps the whole body cool down.
Chimpanzee They have very little bodies so it is hard to eat them.
Tarantula Tarantula’s fangs help protect them. By Nate
The tarantula’s under ground burrows help them hide from their enemies.
One adaptation of a Octopus It can taste with its tentacles to and escape from enemies By, Maddy
It uses its tentacles to catch prey.
An Octopus Can’t live in fresh water so it lives in salt water
Spider monkey It uses its tail to swing around in the forest
Spider monkey The spider monkey has a prehensile tail for grabbing fruits and such
Koala By Paul
The baby koala is only ½ of an ounce when it is born so it has to stay in its moms pouch
The koala has sharp claws to climb trees.
RACCOON One adaptation is a raccoon has fur so it can stay warm.
CLIMB The raccoon has claws so it can climb trees
Lions have sharp claws so they can kill and eat their prey such as zebras and antelopes.
Lions also have very sharp teeth to also kill their prey.
The Snowy owl
The Snowy owl It has large claws for grabbing prey and protecting from predators.
Dart frog One adaptation is it being small. By being small it’s hard to be seen.
Adaptation Another adaptation is bright colors, when the sun hits the bright colors the colors get really bright so the can’t be seen!
Poison This frog has the deadliest poison so it can catch prey!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Fake This type of frog can fake drown so when animals come by it can give it’s poison to the animal
What We Learned at the Zoo! By the 2 nd Graders. My Animal is an American Bison It is a mammal. It eats grass and weeds.
Nicole and Jacob There are five different groups of animals with vertebrates. Mammals Mammals Reptiles Reptiles Fish Fish Amphibians Amphibians Birds.
By Nicholas and Tre There are five different groups of animals with vertebrates. Mammals Reptiles Fish Amphibians Birds.
The Forest By: By:MahimaMelissa,Peter,Thomas,Tyler.
Animals 3 rd grade Mooreland. The Needs of Animals Animals have 5 basic needs –Food –Shelter –Oxygen/air –Water –Space.
Christopher J. and Blue C. There are five different groups of animals with vertebrates Mammals Mammals Reptiles Reptiles Fish Fish Amphibians Amphibians.
GUESS IT!!! The game to guess the adaptations, habitats and ecosystems of some living things. BY ELISE GRAN!!!!!!!!!!
Adaptation in animals – the idea that certain animals have developed features which help them survive in their environment.
Animal Adaptations Denise Wolfsberger 4 th grade.
Variation and Adaptation, pg 338 Mimicry and camouflage.
What is adaptation? For example a polar bear adapts to its habitat by having: Thick fur to keep warm. White fur to camouflage it against the snow when.
BY: CARLY SHORT 2 nd. MMy animal of the future’s common name is Giranda. IIt is a mix between 2 mammals, the giraffe and the panda bear. MMy animal.
Mrs. Gridley, Grade 4Pfaff Elementary School. What Do You Think About Fiddlers? Where do they live? Do you think their habitat has salt or fresh water?
By Jade Littell. Which layer does a three toed sloth live in? A three toed sloth lives in canopy layer of the Rainforest.
OWLS WRITTEN AND CREATED BY ALEXANDER, AMELIA, ETHAN, JIANNA, JONAH, AND TRUTH.
Task design: reading and listening content Keith Kelly
Mammals Unit Project Greg Bacon, Gabe Peters, and Alex Swanson Period One.
Mr. Animal World. Welcome! Mr. Afghanistan My name is Sheep. I like eating grass. Because my wool is very warm, people use my wool to make sweaters.
Habitats and Food Chains © Diane Hawkins Clip-art is royalty-free from Microsoft and Printmaster Gold.
$200 $300 $400 Final Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 PlantsAnimalsHabitats.
Animals from A - Z Samantha Rodabaugh. Informational Reports My second graders will be writing informational reports on an animal. Each student will.
SOL Jeopardy Adaptations Challenge Questions Why do they do that? Chains and Webs Whats your niche?
Habitats for Plants and Animals by Denise Carroll.
Life Cycle of a Barn Owl By Emma. Breeding Breeding months, when barn owls reproduce, are in April and May. This is when the weather is nice, so the babies.
Zoo Animals Zebras Come from Africa Eat grass Have long legs to help them run away from lions. At the zoo they live in a large yard that gives them room.
Animal Adaptations Provided by: City of Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History.
King Cobra by Nichols Szatynski. What layer does this animal live in? The King Cobra lives in the Understory layer of the Rainforest when it is in the.
Deciduous Forest By. McKenzie Green Elizabeth Cotton Elly Conway Hunter Edwards.
Identifying the story map in reading (3)
In New York State, the longest period of daylight occurs during which month? A) June B) March C) December D) September.
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